Author Archive | Andy Meszaros

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Children’s program was a delight for all ages!

On December 11th we welcomed 30 children, along with grandparents and parents, to our Museum for an afternoon of  Hungarian culture! Hungarian folk dancing, under the instruction of folk dance instructor László Tihanyi, was the highlight, along with a visit from Mikulás Bácsi. But the ‘Old Fashioned” flavors of traditional honey cookies (mézeskalács) decorated by […]

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News about the Museum: grants and days we are open

We wish to acknowledge our appreciation for the 2021 grant our Museum received from the Bethlen Gábor Alap, and its continued support of our efforts to preserve the history and culture of Hungarians living in Northeast Ohio! We also gratefully acknowledge a grant received from the Cleveland Hungarian Development Panel to help fund the preservation […]

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Hope to see you virtually on November 13th!

Mark your calendar for Saturday, November 13th at 2 o’clock p.m. for our next program in our 2021 Fall Program Series!  “Building Cultural Ties between Hungary and the U.S. by the “Singing Youth Movement” Launched by Lajos Bárdos” –  Presented by Huba Brückner, in English, on Zoom You can register below for this program that […]

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Dr. Judit Havas program available for viewing!

On October 9th,  we gathered at the Museum, and through the wonderful world of technology, we were able to listen to a program by Dr. Judit Havas, in which she introduced a world of poetry that is very specific to the history of Hungary during some of the most difficult times under Communism. We listened […]

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Our next program will be on October 9th at 2 o’clock!

Come and enjoy an afternoon of deeply moving, poignant and hauntingly beautiful poetry as we watch and listen together in the Museum to the virtual presentation from Hungary by Dr. Judit Havas. This hour-long performance will be in Hungarian and will include a medley of poetry and literature readings from lesser known poets of the […]

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September 11th Presentation starts off the 2021 Program Series!

Our first “in Museum” program since the pandemic was well attended, both in person and on Zoom. Dr. Endre Szentkirályi gave a compelling presentation summarizing Hungarian community life in 12 cities. He served up some excellent data, along with photo images, providing a valuable look into the way various magyar communities operate in cities throughout the United […]

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We open our 2021 Lecture series on September 11!

Come join us at the Cleveland Hungarian Museum on Saturday, September 11th for our first program:         A Tale of Twelve Cities: a Comparative Analysis of Successful Strategies for Retaining Ethnic Identity. Presented by: Dr. Endre Szentkirályi Communities throughout the Hungarian diaspora are always at cultural crossroads; how can they slow down the […]

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Grand celebration on July 17th!

A long-awaited gathering became a fun afternoon, as the Museum sponsored a “Re-opening event” on July 17th, featuring the opening of a new exhibit.  After a short introduction by past-president Alex Kézdi, János Szigeti, our current president, took to the podium. He read the letters sent on behalf of Ambassador Szabolcs Takács and Mr. Tamás […]

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